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No audio we got a new dvd and slipped it into our player and changed our "source" until the picture came on, just like always. But can't get the sound on the television to work. This has happened to us before and I thought there was something real easy we did to correct - but we can't remember what we did. so now we are sitting here w/a movie we want to watch and no volume on it.

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    Debbie Finch Sikes Oct 17, 2008

    Well - the volume works when we are on "tuner" and actually watching the tv so I don't think it is the audio amplifier. Somehow we are failing to do some little thing and t hat's what is annoying.  the sound works for television and not for the dvd player. and yes, hubbie checked all the cords etc; and everything is as t should be.

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Do you have the audio cables plugged in the tv set?

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  • jason Oct 17, 2008

    I'm sorry for that you have a dvd on the tv, ok then you will need to unplug the tv set if you already checked the audio settings in the menu

  • jason Oct 17, 2008

    And if it still don't work for the tv inputs or anything the audio amplifier inside probably needs replacing

  • jason Oct 17, 2008





    is this dvd seperate from the tv? seperate the audio connection

    pull the power from the wall for a little while. or the input transistor is bad



    if it is an internal dvd? unplug the tv for a little while

    also try another dvd

    if that don't work the audio settings are not working for the dvd or the dvd player is not sending the audio out to the amplifier. unplug shood reset if not dvd player will have to be replaced

  • jason Oct 17, 2008

    also if you don't change the rating I can't help anymore

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